On our Windows Server 2012 Domain Controller, we have a GPO named "IT Mapped Network Drives". "IT Mapped Network Drives" contains two Drive Maps, V: drive and Z: drive.
"IT Mapped Network Drives" is in our software.eng.apl domain, and members of the IT group should have access to IT Mapped Network Drives.
Jeremy Canfield is a member of the IT group.
When Jeremy Canfield signs into a Windows 10 PC which has joined the software.eng.apl domain, only one of the two mapped network drives appears in File Explorer. I am not certain why only one of the two mapped network drives appears, and I am also not certain what needs to be done to get both mapped network drives to map on the client PC.
If it helps, both of these network drives are on Linux machines and are being shared using Samba. This part of my post is more appropriate for Unix & Linux Stack Exchange, but just in case it helps, I would like to point out that both of these shared network drives have an identical configuration file in Linux, so I doubt the configuration of Samba on the Linux machines is the cause of the issue. Here is the configuration on Linux:
[global] workgroup = APL security = ADS realm = software.eng.apl password server = software.eng.apl passdb backend = tbdsam [share] path = /srv/samba/share browsable = yes public = yes writeable = yes